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Provide the first level of customer service to patients of the University Health Center clinic, from greeting and routing patients to record maintenance and cashier duties. Maintain patient appointment books.
Rotate through clinics on a daily or weekly basis to provide clinic staffing resources to understaffed areas. Monitor daily clinic operations, within guidelines, in accordance with NYUCD Standard Operating Procedures. Prioritize clinic activities and delegate work to student and/or casual employees. Act as work leader to junior clerical support staff. Provide customer service support to dental clinic patients, from greeting and routing patients to maintaining data integrity in Dentrix and performing cashier duties. Maintain student and patient appointment book; reconcile encounter forms. Triage emergencies. Arrange for substitute patients as cancellations occur. Schedule follow up exams. Ensure adherence to policies and procedures, making suggestions for enhancements and improvements.
The Schack Institute of Real Estate at the School of Professional Studies (SPS) is seeking an Assistant Director to develop, plan and implement strategic communication and outreach to corporate, industry and alumni stakeholders in conjunction with the associate dean. This individual will provide administrative support to all Schack Centers by planning and facilitating industry facing events, conferences, and alumni engagement activities. The position is instrumental in building and maintaining relationships with a variety of constituents on behalf of the Centers. Serve as liaison with the Wasserman Center at SPS. Manage Centers' website and digital marketing initiatives including email blasts, social media and networking initiatives to generate interest and awareness of the Schack Institute. Supervise staff.
This position will be located at 11 W 42nd St.
The Office of the Dean at the School of Professional Studies (SPS) is seeking an individual to manage operations and provide administrative support to ensure smooth functioning of the office. This individual will serve as a liaison with various departments and administrative offices within the School, University, and with the Senior Leadership Team, including the President and Provost; communicate with internal and external contacts on behalf of the Dean. Lead and participate in various special projects for Dean as required. Act as primary contact for the Dean’s schedule and represent the Office as necessary; manage budgets, reimbursements and purchasing and ensure adherence to University financial policies and procedures.
NYU’s Stern School of Business has an exciting opportunity available for an Associate Director of Special Events. The selected candidate will direct all aspects of planning, developing, and managing major events that meet the goals of the school. Serving as an events consultant to internal clients, the Associate Director will support a high volume of innovative events, receptions and seminars for audiences that range from C-suite and senior executives to students, faculty, and alumni. The selected candidate will also manage all related event operations (e.g. logistics, catering, technical and computer support, budget administration, vendor negotiations and purchases). The Associate Director will also analyze event statistics and recommend improvements both in terms of quality of the event, and cost reduction opportunities.
Provide educational technology support to faculty, staff, and researchers across the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions Programs to ensure the appropriate deployment and use of technology resources. Specifically, provide support as it relates to both routine and specialized instructional needs, particularly concerning music and audio technology as well as recording studios/learning spaces. Consult with clients on technological aspects of instructional, research-related, and operational projects and issues. Provide customized state-of-the-art solutions within given requirements/budget constraints, in accordance with University computing and data policies and current industry best practices.
Leading a team of residential life administrators, this live-in position coordinates all aspects of the programs and services for the NYU Washington, DC residential facility (both the community development and the administrative aspects such as room selection, RLA selection, room changes, and semester transition). The position directly supervises the staff of Residential Life Administrators and oversees them in carrying out their respective duties. The Residential Life Coordinator provides crisis intervention to residents; assesses nature of problems and resolves or refers for resolution; conducts investigations of alleged violations of University and residence policies, holds meetings, interviews participants, determines degree/seriousness of violations, and follows University student conduct policy. This position is responsible for assigned after-hours/weekend/holiday on-call duties on a rotational basis to address any student emergency. Advises students and collaborates with NYU Washington, DC staff to create a living and learning community to enrich the students' University experience. Develops and implements residential learning community programs and initiatives; assists with student development operations. This is a full-time, live-in student housing position based in Washington, DC.
In close collaboration with the Director of Academic and Student Affairs, administer all academic and student affairs planning and operations for the Center for Data Science’s graduate programs and non-degree programs (total over 300 MS students and over 50 PhD students at any given time). Using the expertise and previous academic and student affairs work experience, support CDS Academic and Student Affairs team to meet strategic goals and objectives. Also manage NSF NRT program which is a federal training grant that was awarded to CDS’s PhD program.
This role is a key member of the Financial Operations & Treasury operational team, responsible for the coordination of all functions and activities of the offices of the CABO, Controller and Treasurer. Provides leadership in the execution of these departments' strategic initiatives, project management, and the daily operation of the organization as well as the physical office facilities. Manages and advises FO&T's other administrative and office management staff on day-to-day operations, ensuring efficiency and optimizing use of available resources. This role will have oversight for all ongoing projects, schedules, as well as University-level administrative initiatives, actively monitoring progress toward established deadlines, milestones and measurement criteria. This role will engage staff with reminders and meeting planning as well as scheduling to support timely completion of deliverables. Ongoing staff management includes onboarding and offboarding activities as well as interfacing with IT and University HR in those capacities. This role will partner with FO&T Communications to develop and release messages and plans events when appropriate. This role will coordinate with other EVP Chief of Staff administrative personnel in order to streamline and standardize best practices across the Unit for office management, meeting planning, and communications as well as co-produce joint events. All office supply procurement for the CABO, Controller's and Treasurer's Divisions will be managed and Budgeted by this position.
As the primary client relationship manager for Principal Investigators and their staff, provide the technical expertise, leadership, and customer service necessary to effectively manage both public and private grants and contracts. Design and deliver training to clients to reinforce best practices and legal compliance. Act as a fiscal monitor, grant accounting expert, and post-award compliance authority. Administer post-award activities for NYU's global sites. Interpret complex award documents, as well as Federal government policies and their corresponding University policies, procedures and guidelines. Manage accounts using established OMB and Uniform Guidance requirements. Review analytical reports evaluating the grant portfolio or specific grant, contract accounting or finance issues. Prepare financial reports and invoices for all federal and non-federal awards. Monitor and troubleshoot departmental inquiries via ServiceLink and provide support to sponsors, administrators and other NYU departments on a daily basis. Respond to external and internal audits and management requests. Ensure the comprehensive documentation of all relevant financial activities. Participate in training new personnel and especial projects as directed by upper management.
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